Archive for July, 2012

Obey Gravity. It’s the Law!


Physics can be a bitch sometimes. Just ask Owlman here.

Outsmart THIS, you bastard! 😛

This failure in problem-solving comes to you courtesy of Justice League of America #30 (September 1964) by Gardner F. Fox, Murphy Anderson, Mike Sekowsky, and Bernard Sachs.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 9


Wow…who’d have thought that little bastard Mr. Mxyzptlk had it in him?

Didn’t I see this on an episode of “Big Love” or something?

This exploration of the Zrfffian judicial system courtesy of DC Comics Presents #97 (September 1986) by Steve Gerber, Bob Smith, and Rick Veitch.

Costume Hijinks – Part 3


When it comes to superheroes, both genders are equally capable of making bad costuming decisions.

So THAT’S what those are for!

This fashion failure courtesy of JLA: Year One #2 (February 1998) by Brian Augustyn, Barry Kitson, and Mark Waid.

The Dark Knight Strikes Out


Sometimes, all the intelligence in the world is no match for dumb luck.

Maybe he should change his call sign from “Highball” to “Lucky”.

This blackjack lesson courtesy of The Brave and the Bold #1 (April 2007) by Mark Waid, George Pérez, and Bob Wiacek.

Crowning Moments of Awesome – Part 2: The Flash


Three words: Infinite Mass Punch.

Houston, we have lift off.

This novel application of special relativity courtesy of JLA #3 (March 1997) by Grant Morrison, Howard Porter, and John Dell.

Crowning Moments of Awesome – Part 1: Martian Manhunter


When the Joker gets his hands on the Philisopher’s Stone, a.k.a. the Worlogog – a supernatural artifact of unlimited power – the Martian Manhunter resorts to a novel application of his telepathic abilities to accomplish what years of therapy couldn’t.

Maybe John Jones should get a job at Arkham Asylum… 😛

This lesson in martian psychiatry has been brought to you by JLA #15 (February 1998) by Grant Morrison, Gary Frank, Greg Land, Howard Porter, John Dell, and Bob McLeod.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 8


Geez…who knew that Batman used the Batmobile to park?

Not only do chicks dig the mask, but they enjoy wearing one too.

This awkward romantic moment has been brought to you by Batman Incorporated #4 (April 2011) by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham.

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